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Anytime Rangers vs. El Vortex de Sedona

Sunday, July 13, 2008

Anytime Rangers were peacefully hiking to Cathedral Rock when they felt the overwhelming magnetic energy of El Vortex.  Although the charged vortex tried to suck their powers away, the Rangers used their New Age techniques to save themselves and the town once again.


Taos Pueblo

Sunday, July 13, 2008

Taos Pueblo is the only Native American community designated as a Unesco World Heritage Site and a National Historic Landmark. Fortunately, the Starbucks empire hasn’t been able to set up shop here.

Site Santa Fe

Sunday, July 13, 2008

The current Biennial, Lucky Number Seven, at Site Santa Fe presented some interesting works of art from around the world.  We enjoyed walking around the town to find all the different installations.  But we also noticed the noncommissioned works by graffiti artists and skaters that helped balance out the snobbishness of the galleries.  We hope to see in future biennials some of the low-rider and graffiti art that these tough kids from neighboring Espanola are producing.  Although Turkish artist Ahmet Ogut tries to portray Espanola culture in his work, nothing can compare to the real thing.

Frito Pie

Sunday, July 13, 2008

We visited our friends Noel and Isaac in Albuquerque.  They love Frito Pies so much that we had to stop at Five and Dime to eat one for lunch.


Sunday, July 13, 2008

We met an artist named Charlie one year ago here in New Mexico who told us all about Gallup.  As we were driving through the town, we spotted his large installation off a freeway road.  Unfortunately, we couldn’t take a picture because of traffic.  But we managed to stop at our friend Barbara’s favorite shoe store, City Electric!